Bacterialvaginosis is a disease that's caused by the overgrowth of a type of bacteria that's called Gardnerella vaginalis, Gardnerella vaginalis. And as the name might suggest, this is the most common vaginal infection. Now I wanna put these really big quotes
around the term infection because the thing that's interesting about Gardnerella vaginalis is that it's a bacteriathat's naturally foundthe vagina. Now some may consider this to be a sexually transmitted infection, which is interestingbecause it doesn't cause
any problems until there'stoo much of it there. So when we look to the causes of bacterial vaginosis, they are all things that change the vaginal environment. That can include acts like douching, so douching, or rinsing of the vagina. The other is having newor multiple sex partners.
And finally, another known cause is the use of antibiotics. This could bethe case of somebody that has a throat infection or a pneumonia that's on antibiotics which will then attackthe bacteria that exists within the vagina andallow Gardnerella vaginalis to overgrow and cause bacterial vaginosis.
So we've touched a little bit on it here, but I wanna aw it out. So when we talk about the pathophysiology of a disease, we'retalking about the mechanism by which that disease occurs. Soorder to understandthe pathophysiology of bacterial vaginosis, we need to take a look at a sample of bacteria
that existsthe vagina. So I'll aw out someGardnerella vaginalis bacteria, and so I'll put this upour key. This is the symbol forGardnerella vaginalis. And I'll aw a few of them around here, but I also wanna show that there are a lot of other bacteriathat existthis sample. So if you really look at it here,
Oil Of Oregano Natures Antibiotic
LP Oil of Oregano; Nature's Antibiotic By James Meschino, DC, MS, ND I want to talk to you about oil of oregano,nature's antibiotic. Oil of oregano has been shown to kill many different types ofmicroorganisms, including certain bacteria, viruses and fungi that can lead to yeast infections.It acts like a natural antibiotic. This is especially true for the type of oil of oreganoknown as the P73 wild oregano blend, which is the one that I typically recommend.Studies at Georgetown University Medical Center
have show that it can kill the fungus that'sassociated with yeast infections, which of course is a very common problem â€“ Candidaalbicans, for an example. Other experimental studies have shown thatoil of oregano â€“ that form of oil of oregano â€“ kills at least 30 different strains ofharmful bacteria as well as coronaviruses. Coronaviruses are the second most leadingcause of the common cold, also producing some pneumonias and other respiratory tract infections.This particular form of oil of oregano also kills the helicobacter pylori bacteria, whichis linked to about 90 percent of all duodenal ulcers and about 80 percent of all stomachulcers. Typically when someone has ulcers,
they're given antibiotics to try and killthose bacteria, but oil of oregano can also be quite helpful.What is it that'soil of oregano that actually kills these microorganismsé The evidenceseems to point to these volatile oils â€“ like thymol and carvacrol â€“ which have directkilling effects on microorganisms. It's important not to make this mistake; if youhave an acute bacterial infection then you're going to need standard antibiotic ugs becauseoil of oregano isn't going to be strong enough.But you can't just keep using antibiotics over and over again; you have to know whenthings become more chronic how to begin using
oil of oregano to sort of knock out the remnantsof these things. I have I produced an eBook that shows you the exact dosages of oreganoto use to help fight some of these common problems.I use the 250 mg capsules of the P73 wild oregano blend as part of the complimentarymanagement for a number of conditions. So for instance, I show you how to use it tofight the common cold or certain flus â€“ how to abort the flu as it's starting to comeon and even how to block it. It's very helpful to understand how to decrease the severityor duration of the flu. I also show you how to use oil of oregano for to treat an acutebronchitis and acute sinusitisconjunction
with antibiotics, which you're going toneedthose circumstances. Thencases of more chronic bronchitis andchronic asthma, I show you how to use oil of oregano, because you can't just keepusing antibiotics over and over again. This is where something like oil of oregano couldbe very helpfuleither improving these conditions or knocking them out completely.The same is true for chronic mononucleosis, chronic EpsteinBarr virus or chronic fatiguesynome, which are often viral related problems. Antibiotics can't kill viruses so oil oforegano can be very helpfulthese situations, but you must know what dosage to use and whatother immune modulators to use with it. With
Candida and yeast infections you also haveto know the exact dosage of oil of oregano to use.Oil of oregano can also be used to treat stomach or duodenal ulcersconjunction with thestandard medical treatment to help improve the overall outcome and decrease any likelihoodor recurrence. Evencases of acne and rosacea, oil of oregano is outstandingly good at killingthe bacteria that is related to acne, and also the skin mite that is associated withrosacea. In addition to taking oil of oregano orally, there is also a topical cream thatcontains oil of oregano which should be applied at night.A few final points I'd like you to consider
Amoxicillin For Strep Throat Pneumonia Skin Infections And Urinary Tract Infections
Amoxicillin (amox), also spelled amoxycillin,is an antibiotic useful for the treatment of a number of bacterial infections. It isthe first line treatment for middle ear infections. It may also be used for strep throat, pneumonia,skin infections, and urinary tract infections among others. It is taken by mouth. Common side effects include a nausea and rash.It may also increase the risk of yeast infections and, when usedcombination with clavulanicacid, diarrhea. It should not be usedthose who are allergic to penicillin. While usablein those with kidney problems the dose may need to be decreased. Its usepregnancyand breastfeeding appear to be okay.
Amoxicillin first became available1972.It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, the most importantmediions neededa basic health system. It is one of the most commonly prescribedantibioticschilen. Amoxicillin is available as a generic mediion. It has a wholesalecosts between 0.02 and 0.05 USD per pill. In the United States ten days of treatmentcosts about 16 USD. Amoxicillin is usedthe treatment of anumber of infections, including acute otitis media, streptococcal pharyngitis, pneumonia,skin infections, urinary tract infections, Salmonella infections, Lyme disease, and chlamydiainfections. It is also used to prevent bacterial
endocarditishighrisk people having dentalwork done, to prevent Streptococcus pneumoniae and other encapsulated bacterial infectionsin those without spleens, such as people with sicklecell disease, and for both the preventionand the treatment of anthrax. The United Kingdom recommends against its use for infectiousendocarditis prophylaxis. These recommendations do not appear to have changed the rates ofinfection for infectious endocarditis. Amoxicillin and amoxicillinclavulanate havebeen recommended by guidelines as the ug of choice for bacterial sinusitis, but mostsinusitis is caused by viruses, for which amoxicillin and amoxicillinclavulanate areineffective, and the small benefit gained
by Amoxicillin may be overridden by the adverseeffects. Amoxicillin is occasionally used for the treatment of skin infections, suchas acne vulgaris. It is often an effective treatment for cases of acne vulgaris thathave responded poorly to other antibiotics, such as doxycycline and minocycline. Side effects are similar to those for otherÎ²lactam antibiotics, including nausea, vomiting, rashes, and antibioticassociated colitis.Loose bowel movements (diarrhea) may also occur. Rarer side effects include mental changes,lightheadedness, insomnia, confusion, anxiety, sensitivity to lights and sounds, and unclearthinking. Immediate medical care is required
upon the first signs of these side effects. The onset of an allergic reaction to amoxicillincan be very sudden and intense; emergency medical attention must be sought as quicklyas possible. The initial phase of such a reaction often starts with a changemental state,skin rash with intense itching (often beginningfingertips and around groin area and rapidlyspreading), and sensations of fever, nausea, and vomiting. Any other symptoms that seemeven remotely suspicious must be taken very seriously. However, more mild allergy symptoms,such as a rash, can occur at any time during treatment, even up to a week after treatmenthas ceased. For some people allergic to amoxicillin,
the side effects can be fatal due to anaphylaxis. Use of the amoxicillinclavulanic acid combinationfor more than one week has caused mild hepatitissome patients. Young chilen having ingestedacute overdoses of amoxicillin manifested lethargy, vomiting, and renal dysfunction.